Kwame Raoul news
A Grundy County judge ruled former Joliet Mayor Bob O'Dekirk and Joliet Inspector General Sean Connolly are afforded immunity from a former Joliet councilman's defamation claims.
A gun trade association has filed a federal lawsuit challenging a new Illinois law that restricts how gun dealers and manufacturers market their products.
A new law allowing Illinoisans to sue so-called crisis pregnancy centers under the state’s Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act is on hold after a federal judge late Thursday granted a preliminary injunction against it.
So-called crisis pregnancy centers can now face lawsuits if they engage in “deceptive acts” aimed at deterring women from seeking abortions under a new law signed by Gov. JB Pritzker on Thursday.
A judge will decide if Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow can intervene in the Joliet inspector general’s lawsuit against Illinois State Police for investigation records.
wo Aurora men were charged with catalytic converter thefts from more than 35 privately-owned vehicles in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Will, DeKalb, Lake, McHenry and Winnebago counties.
The Illinois Supreme Court may issue an opinion on Tuesday that could decide whether cashless bail for criminal defendants will be implemented in the state.
The Diocese of Rockford, which covers Lee, Whiteside, Ogle, Carroll and seven other counties, had 24 substantiated child sex abusers, according to the attorney general’s report.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul report names 451 priests and brothers in Illinois dioceses.
Illinois’ attorney general has released the results of a sweeping investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy, saying investigators found that 451 clergy sexually abused nearly 2,000 children since 1950.
Upon the measure becoming law, crisis pregnancy centers could be sued under the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act if they engage in “unfair methods of competition” or “deceptive acts or practices.”
The man was sentenced to serve nine years in prison for his role in a video gaming burglary ring that was active in several counties in Illinois.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul announced Wednesday that he and six other attorneys general have settled a lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer Juul that will net Illinois $67.6 million.
Joliet's inspector general wants to take his lawsuit out of Will County. The county's top prosecutor has motioned to intervene and dismiss the case, which seeks Illinois State Police records into an investigation involving the Joliet mayor and other city officials.
The lawsuit, filed by State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally, calls the new law a “clear violation of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution."